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  • "We're going to burn you," a KKK leaders threatens Univision's Ilia Calderon.
    "We're going to burn you," a KKK leaders threatens Univision's Ilia Calderon.

    "We're going to burn you," a KKK leaders threatens Univision's Ilia Calderon.

    That's what Christopher Barker, leader of the KKK's 'Loyal White Knights,' told Univision's late night news anchor in an interview for Aquí y Ahora. "To me you're a ni**er," he added.
  • "I'm not a racist," the answer a KKK leader gave to Ilia Calderon
    "I'm not a racist," the answer a KKK leader gave to Ilia Calderon

    "I'm not a racist," the answer a KKK leader gave to Ilia Calderon

    During an interview with Chris Barker, a leader of Ku Klux Klan's 'Loyal White Knights,' the Univision News anchor sought answers to questions about the group's beliefs on race.
  • Ilia Calderón comes face to face with hate in interview with KKK leader
    Ilia Calderón comes face to face with hate in interview with KKK leader

    Ilia Calderón comes face to face with hate in interview with KKK leader

    The Univision News anchor sat down with Chris Barker, leader of the "Loyal White Knights," a branch of the Ku Klux Klan. The interview was part of the special that aired Sunday on Aqui y Ahora.
  • "We killed 6 million Jews, 11 million (undocumented immigrants) is nothing," a KKK leader tells Univision News
    "We killed 6 million Jews, 11 million (undocumented immigrants) is nothing," a KKK leader tells Univision News

    "We killed 6 million Jews, 11 million (undocumented immigrants) is nothing," a KKK leader tells Univision News

    Those were the words of Christopher Barker, a leader of the Ku Klux Klan's 'Loyal White Knights' during an interview with Univision's late night news anchor, Ilia Calderon, for the show Aquí y Ahora.
  • Hispanics as targets of hate: the role of Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric in the El Paso massacre
    Hispanics as targets of hate: the role of Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric in the El Paso massacre

    Hispanics as targets of hate: the role of Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric in the El Paso massacre

    The FBI is analyzing a racist manifesto of more than 2,400 words posted on the Internet, just minutes before the El Paso massacre, by the alleged attacker, a white 21-year-old male. The document includes concepts that seem to have come straight out of President Trump's rhetoric. Some critics are now holding his caustic anti-immigrant rhetoric as patly responsible for motivating the largest mass murder of Hispanics in U.S. history.
    Carlos Chirinos
  • White House denies Trump is white supremacist - again
    White House denies Trump is white supremacist - again

    White House denies Trump is white supremacist - again

    After a New Zealand gunman praised Trump as a “symbol” of a common cause, the president hasn’t felt the necessity to set the record straight, leaving explanations to his advisers.
    Carlos Chirinos
  • Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge
    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Democrats celebrate first Senate win in state in 25 years, putting Trump’s legislative agenda in jeopardy.
    Jessica Weiss
  • Into the Lion's Den
    Into the Lion's Den

    Into the Lion's Den

    My shocking encounter with the Ku Klux Klan.
  • Why do white supremacists hate (white) Jews so much?
    Why do white supremacists hate (white) Jews so much?

    Why do white supremacists hate (white) Jews so much?

    Baffling as it may sound, white supremacists blame Jews for political shifts in America that granted blacks their civil rights and enabled waves of Hispanic immigration. Jews, they say, are the root of all evil.
    Jessica Weiss
  • Thousands protest against racism in Boston and drown out 'free speech' rally
    Thousands protest against racism in Boston and drown out 'free speech' rally

    Thousands protest against racism in Boston and drown out 'free speech' rally

    Summoned by several African-American politicians, thousands protested a small event featuring a number of far-right voices. The police kept both groups separate, avoiding the kind of altercations that occurred in Charlottesville.
    Jessica Weiss
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